Realism and the just war ethic both pursue war in certain contexts, so they can appear to be close cousins. But the just war ethic shares less with realism than realism shares with pacifism.
Joseph E. CapizziMarch 23, 2020
Though the Bible does not give us a clear schematic of how we are to order our political life, it does something more profound: it gives us a frame for all reality, history, and humanity.
Daniel StrandMarch 4, 2020
It is interesting to reflect when a topic bursts into public view and comes to dominate public discussion: Why nationalism now?
William GalstonJanuary 16, 2020
There is a deep split over foreign policy within the psyche of the Democratic Party.
Daniel StrandJanuary 7, 2020
General Khalifa Haftar’s Libya National Army (LNA) is inching its way closer to Tripoli, as fighting continues against the Government of National Accord (GNA), led by Fayez al-Sarraj.
W. Alejandro SanchezApril 16, 2019
In Safe Passage, Kori Schake details how transitions in geopolitical power lead to violence, except when the United States slowly and peacefully took over the hegemonic role Great Britain played.
Wilson ShirleyJanuary 30, 2019
Many Christian elites will not like Donald Trump’s United Nations speech this week, whose key phrase was “we reject the ideology of globalism and accept the doctrine of patriotism.”
Mark TooleySeptember 26, 2018
Most Christians, including most evangelicals, have been falling over themselves to denounce Jeff Sessions. But the way this immigration debate is carried out too often mirrors the political debate.
Daniel StrandJuly 2, 2018
The foreign policies of Teddy Roosevelt and his distant cousin Franklin D. Roosevelt represent an intersection between two different Protestant worldviews.
Mark TooleyApril 16, 2018
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